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- Event date:Thursday, 28 May, 2020Place:Webinar
Thursday 28th May 2020 at 14:00 CET
This webinar is part of the BDV PPP online activities.
Registration and further information here.
- Event date:Thursday, 14 May, 2020Place:Webinar
Thursday, May 14 2020
The health crisis due to COVID-19 is shaping a new reality in which the exchange and access to health data in a secure way will be more and more necessary. In this complex challenge converge both the respect for the individual rights as well as the interests of the patients and the need to promote the research in pursuit of the public interest. To face this challenge, we can find different approaches across Europe. In this webinar, we will present the experiences of three EU-funded projects (BigMedilytics, BodyPass, and DeepHealth), besides an overview of the legal framework and recommendations to enforce both national regulations and GDPR by an expert in data privacy and security.
More information here.
- Event date:Thursday, 14 May, 2020Place:Webinar
Thursday, May 14 2020
The new data-driven industrial revolution highlights the need for big data technologies to unlock the potential in various application domains. The insurance and finance services industry is rapidly transformed by data-intensive operations and applications. FinTech and InsuranceTech combine very large datasets from legacy banking systems with other data sources such as financial markets data, regulatory datasets, real-time retail transactions, and more, improving financial services and activities for customers.
More information available here.
- Event date:Tuesday, 5 May, 2020Place:Webinar
Tuesday, May 5 2020
14:00h - 17:00h
This session aims to analyze in-depth the challenges, limitations and longer-term perspectives of these pilots as well as other existing relevant ongoing projects and activities in other programmes. Based on this analysis, the aim is to outline future research and innovation needs in terms of convergence and alignment of the basic technologies and their utilization in industry and especially SMEs. Outcomes of this workshop will be relevant for the future research and innovation activities in both the EuroHPC JU, and the AI, Data, and Robotics Partnership, and are meant to support alignment in between both partnerships.
More information available here.
- Event date:Wednesday, 29 April, 2020Place:Webinar
BDVA organises, with the support of GO FAiR, CODATA and the Philips Foundation, a webinar on April 29th at 14h CEST to raise more awareness about this initiative. The VODAN Implementation Network is one of the joint activities carried out by CODATA, RDA, WDS, and GO FAIR. The purpose of the Implementation Network is to make the SARS CoV-2 virus data FAIR, meaning that they are Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and thus Reusable by both humans and machines, during this epidemic of COVID-19.
Read more about VODAN here: https://www.go-fair.org/implementation-networks/overview/vodan/
Webinar: Virus Outbreak Data Network (VODAN) - Introduction and implementations
Date: April 29th, 2020. 14h to 15h CEST
- Introductory note. Prof. Dr. Milan Petkovic (Department head Data Science at Philips; Professor at TU/e; Vice President at BDVA) (5 min)
- Introduction to GO FAIR. Prof. Dr. Barend (Professor at Leiden University Medical Center, Ambassador of GO FAIR, President of CODATA) (10 min)
- VODAN. Prof. Dr. Barend (Professor at Leiden University Medical Center, Ambassador of GO FAIR, President of CODATA) (15 min)
- A VODAN implementation case by Philips Foundation.
- Prof. Mirjam van Reisen (Professor International Relations and Innovation, Tilburg University & Leiden University) (10 min)
- Hans Hofstraat (VP at Philips Research, Royal Philips) (10 min)
- Q&A (10 min)
- Event date:Wednesday, 29 April, 2020Place:Webinar
April 29th, 2020
Organized by DataBench, with Gabriella Cattaneo as the main speaker
Whether you are a business line manager, a technology developer, or a researcher you’ll be interested to hear how different industries implement big data and their benchmark achievements in terms of revenue growth, profitability, and cost savings, as well as the quality of services or customer satisfaction. A strong focus on use cases will help participants to relate their experiences with the ones presented in the webinar. And we’ll tell you about our star performers – a group of companies who achieve the highest revenue and profit improvements leveraging big data. Finally, the results presented in the webinar will also be available soon in an interactive way through the DataBench Toolbox.
More information available here.
- Event date:Thursday, 26 March, 2020Place:Online Session
We are living in the largest, most dramatic and unexpected social experiment ever, as governments launch a variety of “social distancing” measures to slow down the coronavirus contagion. Also the use of AI and Big Data is being tested as never before: China, Taiwan, South Korea are using massive data collection and smartphones for “track and tracing systems”. In Europe nothing similar has been launched yet, while quantitative models to forecast the spread of the virus are multiplying. In Italy where the pandemic is raging there is a hot debate on the opportunity to follow the Asian example. Nobody has all the answers.The BDVA community wants to open a discussion to share experiences and evidence about the best way to use data and AI to manage the pandemic and support dentifying the best practices to be recommended and the best ideas to be shared. In this webinar we start the discussion with a few expert speakers reporting on the Asian and ongoing European experiences. But we call on all interested members of the community to participate and share other experiences and ideas to learn from each other. Date/Time: March 26th, 14h CETRegistration: here. (closed)Speakers:
- Gabriella Cattaneo, European Government consulting at IDC [Presentation]
- Daniel Calvo, Head of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics unit, Atos Research and Innovation [Presentation]
- Luca Ferretin, Big Data Institute at the University of Oxford [Presentation]
- Paolo Giudici, Professor of Statistics, FinTech laboratory, University of Pavia [Presentation]
- Barbara Guardabascio, Italian National Institute of Statistics (ISTAT) [Presentation]
Main organisers: Gabriella Cattaneo (IDC, TF2.Impact lead), Tiblets Demewez (Philips, TF7.Healthcare lead), Ana Garcia (BDVA Secretary General)
- Event date:Monday, 20 January, 2020 to Wednesday, 22 January, 2020Place:Bologna (Italy)
The HiPEAC conference is the premier European forum for experts in computer architecture, programming models, compilers and operating systems for embedded and general-purpose systems. The HiPEAC 2020 conference will take place in Bologna, Italy. Associated workshops, tutorials, special sessions, several large poster session and an industrial exhibition will run in parallel with the conferencehttps://www.hipeac.net/2020/bologna/#/
- Event date:Thursday, 21 November, 2019Place:Webinar
The EU Big Data Value Association and the Midwest Big Data Hub, in collaboration with Iowa State University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, SINTEF, and Intrasoft Intl., proudly present the first in an EU and US Big Data Research Collaboration Webinar Series:WEBINAR #1: UAVs AND SATELLITES FOR AGRICULTUREThursday, 21 November 2019. 15:00-16:30 PM CETAccess link here: https://zoom.us/j/101827635 AGENDA
- Welcome: Dr. Lea SHANLEY Senior Fellow, Nelson Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison @Lea_Shanley
- Introduction:Dr. Arne BERRE, Chief Scientist, SINTEF (Moderator) @SINTEF
- Introduction to Crop Phenomics:Dr. Carolyn LAWRENCE-DILL, Professor, Iowa State University @IAcornflake
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Crop Level Phenomics:Dr. Jesse POLAND, Associate Professor, Kansas State University @WheatLab
- The Aggregate Farming in the CloudProject Approach: Dr. José-Fernán MARTÍNEZ-ORTEGA, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid @La_UPM
- Crop Monitoring and Satellite Data:Mrs. Isabelle PICCARD, Senior Researcher, VITO Remote Sensing @VITO_RS_
Panelists:Lea Shanley is a Senior Fellow in the Nelson Institute at the University of Wisconsin Madison. Her research interests focus on the intersection of open science, geospatial and emerging technology, policy and law. Previously, Lea served as the co-Executive Director of the NSF South Big Data Hub, a White House Presidential Innovation Fellow at NASA, and founding director of the Commons Lab at the Wilson Center in Washington, DC. Arne Berre is the Chief Scientist at SINTEF Digital, Department for Software and Service Innovation, Group for Smart Data. Arne is the Leader of BDVA (Big Data Value Association) TF6 Technical Priorities, GEMINI Center for Big Data with SINTEF, NTNU and UiO and SINTEF BigLearn on Big Data and Machine Learning. Arne works with digital platforms and systems interoperability, with focus on big data and processing support for Analytics/AI/Machine Learning. Carolyn Lawrence-Dill is a Professor at Iowa State University. Her research interests have grown from plant biology to genomics to phenomics. Carolyn served as the Director of the Maize Genetics and Genomics Database for nearly ten years, was a founding member of the North American Plant Phenotyping Network, and serves as a co-chair for the International Plant Phenotyping Network. Current research in her lab group focuses on the analysis of language-based phenotypes for association genetics and novel candidate gene prediction. Jesse Poland is an Associate Professor at Kansas State University, Director of the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Applied Wheat Genomics, and Director of the Wheat Genetic and Genomic Resource Center. Research in Jesse’s group is focused on wheat genetics, genomics, and germplasm improvement. Jesse’s research group is currently developing new approaches in quantitative genetics, genomics and high-throughput phenotyping for use in breeding, diversity studies, and association genetics. In collaboration with public breeding programs, Jesse implements the use of genomic selection methods to accelerate wheat breeding. In the area of germplasm development, Jesse’s group focuses on developing new breeding lines with resistance to the major pests of wheat including stem rust, stripe rust, leaf rust, and Hessian Fly and seeks to understand the genetic basis of these traits. To complement advances in genomics, Jesse’s lab develops high-throughput phenotyping approaches for field-based evaluation of breeding lines, focused primarily on genetic characterization of heat and drought tolerance and development of improved germplasm. José-Fernán Martínez-Ortega received his Ph.D. degree in Telematics Engineering from the Technical University of Madrid (UPM) Spain in 2001. His main interest areas and expertise are ubiquitous computing and Internet of things, underwater cooperating robots, smart cities, new advanced services for WSAN and high performance and fault tolerant for resilient systems. He has participated in several International and European Research Projects, as a responsible, such as: I3RES, e-GOTHAM, DEMANES, ACCUS, WoO, uSWN, SODA, ESNA, DiYSE, LIFEWEAR. Moreover, he has been the coordinator of the European Research Project SWARMs and is right now the coordinator of AFarCloud (Aggregate Farming in the Cloud). PhD. Martínez is working as a guest professor at Mälardalen University Sweden (MDH) at the School of Innovation, Design and Engineering (IDT), in the area of Robotics and Avionics since August 2013. One of the most important scientific institution in China, the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), invited him as a foreign research expert in 2011. Mrs. Isabelle Piccard is a senior researcher at VITO Remote Sensing. After graduating from KULeuven as a Bio-Engineer, Isabelle started her professional career working as pea breeder for a Belgian-Dutch seed company. She joined VITO Remote Sensing in 2001, where she has been involved in many national and international projects – both as a scientist and project manager. Over the years, Isabelle has built up extensive expertise in the use of satellite images for crop mapping, crop monitoring, damage and risk assessment, including agricultural insurances. Currently, Isabelle mainly focuses on developing products and services for crop monitoring based on time series of high-resolution satellite data. She is one of the founders of “WatchITgrow”, an online platform to support farmers to monitor arable crops and vegetables in view of increasing yields, both qualitatively and quantitatively. WatchITgrow combines satellite data with weather, soil, IoT and field data using new technologies such as big data analytics and machine learning, to provide growers with more timely and personalized advice.
- Event date:Tuesday, 19 November, 2019 to Thursday, 21 November, 2019Place:Helsinki, Finland
EFECS is the international forum with a focus on ‘Our Digital Future’ along the Electronic Components and Systems value chain in Europe. The organisers of this event, AENEAS, ARTEMIS-IA, EPoSS, ECSEL Joint Undertaking and the European Commission, in association with EUREKA, have joined forces to bring all stakeholders together on 19-21 November 2019.
EFECS provides numerous opportunities to learn more about the latest developments, cooperation and funding possibilities in the ECS Community.
BDVA will be present at the event in the exhibition with a booth.
For more informatin visit the event website.
- Event date:Wednesday, 13 November, 2019 to Friday, 15 November, 2019Place:IFEMA Madrid
This third edition is organised with the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism. The conference will take place from the afternoon of 13 November 2019 to midday of 15 November 2019 at IFEMA Madrid, just a few metro stops from the airport.
All the different actors involved in the digital value chain are invited to participate, including representatives from Member States and regions, national initiatives for digitalisation, industry, SMEs, academia, Digital Innovation Hubs and research and technology centres. They will have an excellent opportunity to share experiences, exchange best practices and discuss the future of EU digital industrial policy.
See the outline of the agenda per day here.
- Event date:Friday, 8 November, 2019Place:Brussels
The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK) with the support of the EU-funded project “Technical Assistance for Turkey in Horizon 2020 Phase II” has the honour to invite you to the Cities of the Future 2019 (CoF 2019) International Brokerage Event, in Brussels on 8 November 2019.
The event will target the following Horizon 2020 upcoming calls,
- Factories of the Future (FoF)
- Robotics and AI for Manufacturing
- Next Generation Batteries
- Automated Road Transport
- Green Vehicles
- Mobility for Growth
- Smart, Sustainable and Resilient Cities
- Energy - Efficient Buildings (EEB)
- Smart Energy Systems and Consumers
- Circular Economy
- Raw Materials
- Sustainable Process Industry (SPIRE)
CoF 2019 will bring together up to 300 participants from Europe and Turkey, coming from both research and industrial communities working on related fields. This will not only give you the unique opportunity to connect with Turkish and European researchers to discuss H2020 project ideas, but also get first-hand information about the upcoming H2020 calls. This event will be an excellent platform to expand your network and create new partnerships for the last calls of H2020.
Join this event, present your project ideas and discuss them with potential partners in face-to-face meetings!
Funding will be available to cover travel and accommodation expenses for participants from both Turkey and Europe, who want to present their proposal ideas in one of our workshops!
Registration will be open on 2 September 2019.
Please register to event via cof2019.b2match.io
- Event date:Thursday, 7 November, 2019Place:Bologna (Italy)
The "Digitalization of Knowledge and Industrial Technologies - Towards Horizon Europe" event, organized by the University of Bologna, is a unique opportunity aimed to present a mutli-discliplinary perspective to one of the most important topic that will shape our future.
In the Bologna historical XVII century manufacturing district, that has been recently reconstructed as Factory of the Arts, personalities from different knowledge fields, such as philosophy, industry, social sciences, information technology, digital sciences, politics and academia will discuss the actual status of their disciplines, the undisclosed potential behind each of them and their visions about how our society could benefit from them in the very next future.
Within an agenda divided in three round tables, VISION, IMPLEMENTATION and FUTURE SOCIETIES, nine international speakers will debate involving the public about the philosophical nature of our knowledge and the ways to express and exploit it through digital sciences to improve industrial technologies.
The event will be closed by Peter Droell the EC Director of DG-RTD.F "Prosperity", whose directorate includes among the others Industry 5.0 and Materials for Tomorrow units, Harald Hartung the EC Head of Unit DG-RTD.E.4 "Fair Societies & Cultural Heritage", and Anne de Baas EC Policy Officer of DG-RTD.F.4 "Materials for the Future", that will provide an insight of what we should expect in the next years moving towards Horizon Europe.
Registration is required in order to participate to the event.
- Event date:Monday, 21 October, 2019 to Tuesday, 22 October, 2019Place:Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
The Future of Science in the 21st Century: Artificial Intelligence
The Presidium of the European Academy of Sciences is inviting to the Symposium "Artificial Intelligence" and its Ceremony of Awards 2019 on October 21st and 22nd 2019 in Paraninfo of Universitad Politécnica de Madrid.
Please, follow this link for more infomation regarding the opportunity for sponsorship: https://www.eurasc.org/sponsors-eurasc2019
- Event date:Monday, 21 October, 2019 to Tuesday, 22 October, 2019Place:Sheffield, UK
Human Computation and Crowdsourcing have become ubiquitous in the world of algorithm augmentation and data management. However, humans have various cognitive biases that influence the way they make decisions, remember information, and interact with machines. It is thus important to identify human biases and analyse their effect on complex hybrid systems. On the other hand, the potential interaction with a large pool of human contributors gives the opportunity to detect and handle biases in existing data and systems.
The goal of this symposium is to analyse both existing human biases in hybrid systems, and methods to manage bias via crowdsourcing and human computation. We will discuss different types of biases, measures and methods to track bias, as well as methodologies to prevent and solve bias.
More information about the event is available here: https://sites.google.com/sheffield.ac.uk/bhcc2019
- Event date:Monday, 14 October, 2019 to Wednesday, 16 October, 2019Place:Helsinki (Finland)
The European Big Data Value Forum (EBDVF) is the main event of the European Big Data and Data-Driven AI Research and Innovation community.
EBDVF19 is organized by BDVA, in collaboration of the European Commission and VTT as the main local organizer. The European Big Data Value Forum 2019 aims to continue the success of previous editions, where on average every year around 700 industry professionals, business developers, researchers, and policymakers coming from 40 different countries attended the event. It will be organised in October and we expect 600 participants. The organiser committee of this event includes, in addition to BDVA, the EC and VTT, multiple Finnish industrial, Innovation and Research players as well as international companies and other research institutions.
More information a thttps://www.european-big-data-value-forum.eu/
- Event date:Tuesday, 8 October, 2019 to Wednesday, 9 October, 2019Place:Brussels, Belgium
META-FORUM is the international conference series on powerful and innovative Language Technologies for the multilingual information society. It’s the place to be to learn about the most recent developments in European Language Technology industry and research including language-centric AI.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn what’s new in the Language Technology landscape.
Registration for META-FORUM is, as usual, free of charge.
- Event date:Wednesday, 2 October, 2019Place:Brussels, Belgium
The next BDVA Activity Group AG34 meeting is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, 2nd October 2019 in Brussels. All BDVA members are invited to join us and take part in our discussions.
Registration is mandatory. You can register here.
- Event date:Tuesday, 1 October, 2019Place:Murcia, Spain
BDVe project organizes the workshop “Data Driven Innovation Workshop”
Data, data, data.
It is all about data!
But how can you explore a business having the data-driven mindset? Do you believe your business is exploring it at its full? Do you need guidance and a clear method to organize your ideas and learn the potential and applicabilities of data?
Join us to find out the answers!
BDVe project organizes a Data Driven Innovation Workshop (Murcia, Spain, October 1st, from 10:00 to 17:00)
Success Patterns of Data-driven Business Opportunities
Register now: https://lnkd.in/gF5esF9